Three men injured in 'violent' assault in Glasgow flat
Three men were injured in a "violent" attack by five men who forced their way into a flat in Glasgow city centre.
It is thought the suspects ran off from the flat in Parnie Street, towards King Street, at about 15:00 on Sunday.
The victims, aged 35, 36 and 40, were taken Glasgow Royal Infirmary. Two of the men were later released, while the 36-year-old was said to be "stable".
Police said they believed it was a targeted attack and appealed for help in identifying the men responsible.
Det Insp David MacGregor said: "Officers are viewing CCTV and making door-to-door inquiries to gain information as to who is responsible for these violent assaults."
Anyone who saw a group of five men acting suspiciously around Parnie Street at the time of the incident has been asked to contact the police.